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An Examination lor Primary Grade Cer
tificates nlll be hold on MONDAY, Aug.
lUh, at tho Fort Street School, commenc
ing at 0 o'clock a. m. The names of can
didates should be forwarded to tho Office
of tho Board of Education by Saturday,
ALATAU T. ATKINSON,
Inspector-General of School".
Ofllco of tho Hoard of Education, Auj;. 0,
Salo of Xioaso of Crown Land in
North Kona, Island of Hawaii.
My order of tho Commissioners of Crown
Lauds, Mr. James F. Morgan will sell at
public auction, nt hli salesroom, on
THUKSDAY, August 10th next, at U
o'clock noon, the lensu of that tract uf land
situated at North Kona, Island of Hawaii,
known in tho Anuimuti of l'uuwmiumi and
containing 40,000 acre', more or less.
Term '.'ft years.
Kent (upset) $330 per annum, payable
seuil-.miiuiilly in advance.
The Leaic to bo sold under the following
1st To keep up the, Forest to its present
-d To keep tho l.autnmi from making
any further headway.
3d To put upon the land within 3 years
from commencement of lease substantial
improvements of a permanent character to
tho value of ?3000.
Intending bidders must previous to the
sale satisfy the Commissioners of their
financial ability to carry out the covenants
of tho proposed lease.
For further particulars, apply to
C. P. 1AUKEA,
Agent of Crown Lands, at the Court House.
Oilke Commissioners of Crown Lands,
Honolulu, July 17th lb!3.
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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
Pledged to neither Sect nor Parly,
But Established for the Benefit of All.
WEDNESDAY, AUG. 9, 1893.
Thoro is an able and interesting
letter in this issue from Mr. Theo.
H. Davies, containing facts and
arguments which need no comment.
It may be said, how over, that his
view of tho blundering and hast y
actions of tho Provisional Govern
ment, at tho outset of its career, is
receiving confirmation more and
more as time advaucos. Its main
line of policy seems certain to be
defeated, an cm cut that would logi
cally invohe its own self-extinction.
Perhaps it is not too lato for the
sensible men of tho revolution to
heed Mr. Davies's plea for a peace
making policy, which would bo iu
direct contradiction to many of tho
measures of tho Provisional Govern
ment and tho general course of its
subordinates and supporters. Irri
tation and not conciliation has
seemed from the beginning to have
been tho watchword of the revolu
tionists. Another flagrant instance of tho
Provisional Government's taking
tho outside world into its confidence,
on a matter of the most vital con
corn to those islands, while keeping
the people of these islands them
selves still in tho dark, is found in
the case of tho proposed new treaty
with tho United States forwarded bj
Professor Alexander. It is a fair as
sumption from tho Governments
action in this legard, that it design
ed to prevent Hawaiian public
opinion on the proposal from accom
panying tho document to tho United
State". In its complete surrender
of tho sovereignty of tho islands
there is nothing of a surprise here,
as that was tho professed object of
tho Provisional Government in com
ing into existence. What is new in
tho proposals, either, should not bo
surprising to the people of this
country since becoming familiarized
with tho vagaries of our irresponsi
ble rulers. Tho Government and
people of the Uuitod States may well
bo imagined to be amazed at the
childlike guile of Stevens's "best," iu
their would-be wily ofTort to creep
in behind some of tho objections to
annexation on tho part of tho United
States. Reference is mado especial
ly to tho provisions regarding tho
Chinese, which on their face aio al
most too absurd to bo credited with
authenticity. Leaving aside matters
in question which the treaty pro
poses to bottlo, but which auy com
mon intelligence must see could
only bo bottled by the United States
courts, just look at the point blank
contradiction in tho document. Af
ter tho Hawaiian Islands shall have
become au "integral part" of tho
United States, Chinese in tho Ha
waiian Islands are prohibited fmui
entering tho United States! Could
moio utter nonsense bo conceived?
Tho proposition of tho Provisional
Government to have itself maintain
ed iu powor for five years by tho
United States may bo loft to the
professional humorists of tho Amer
Miss Pope, a toauhor in tho Ka-
waiahao Seminary, on hor arrival at
San Francisco from Honolulu, "had
nn interview with tho united btutos cured. I tnltu pioasuio in recoin
uustotn houso ollicors. who bticceoded meiidiiig thm lemedy to any person
in reducing the vUible uupply of ' biilleiiny with btieh a disease, as in
cash in her pocket-book for dutioi. my opinion it in the host medicine,
on goods brought t pruboutH to her iu uiiMi'iifn " Jo and W cunt bottles
friend," So Hays a local paper' ao- ' fur sale by all dunlins, JJoiisou,
count uf uorumviuul hor huuiu in
Rorvmt Ttrwiisions nt Ghamborn Cir
cuit Tonn Proooocllngg.
Jndgo Cooper has rorulored a do
cision sustaining tho demurrer of
tho defendant, in tho suit of Thomas
W. Rawlins vs. Tho Honolulu Soap
Works Co. It wsw au action to ro
covor 1?10,000 damages for tho alleg
ed brunch of a contract of hiring.
His Honor lays stress on tho clauso
in tho contract, binding Itnwlius to
perform his duties as niatingor of
tho soap works "to tho satisfaction
of tho said oompany." He holds
that this makes the company tho
solo judge of tho matmor iu which
Rawlins carried out his side of tho
contract. C. Brown for plaintiff; A.
S. Hartwell for dofoudaut.
Judge Whiting has confirmed tho
repoit of Henry Smith, master, in
the matter of tho estate of Uobort
I'he will devised tho
net income absolutely one-third each
to James U. Holt, James D. Holt
and Owen J.Holt. Tho thiid for
tho year covered by tho administra
tor's account was JSltioS.SS. Oweu J.
Holt died Juno 18, 181)1, leaving as
his heirs tho following named child
ren: John D. Holt, Jr., 1. Wm.
Holt, J. 11. Holt, Jr., Owen J. Holt,
Edward S. Holt, George H. Holt.
Christopher Holt, Annie Holt and
Lizzie Holt, all of whom except the
last three named have come ol age.
Tho Court orders that the SIC58.88
shall bo equally divided without
deduction among the heir-, of Owen
J. Holt, as the widow, Hauakaulaui
Holt, has no dower in this estate
and is not entitled to any part of
ttio income tlieieot.
ClIiCUIT TUHM PROCEEDINGS.
Provisional Go eminent vs. Paina
Apala. Assault and battery. Ap
peal from District Court. Hartwell
lor prosecution; Pocpoe for defend
ant. Nollo prosequi ontorod.
Piovisional Government vs. Ma
maki. Manslaughter. Davidson for
prosecution; Castle for dofoudaut.
A natho jury returns a erdictof
Provisional Government vs. Ailuo
uo. Larceny. Kaulia for defend
ant. Deputy Attorney General G.
K. Wilder enters a nolle prosequi
and dofoudaut is discharged.
Nawai out era a plea of not guilty
to the charge of assault with deadly
Prois:oual Government vs. Kini
lau. Assault and battery. Appeal
from District Court. Castle for
pro.-eeutiou; Kaulukou for defend
ant. A native jury returns a verdict
After being partly heard, the case
of Hakalaau and Naukaua, charged
with malicious injury, was nolle
Kahalepio is being tried by a na
tive juiy befoie Juilgo Whitnur to
ilaj lot a-sault and battery. Dawd
wjii lor piodceutiou; Kaulukou for
Patiick Conly pleaded not guilty
to his indictment for manslaughter
T. 13. Walker and A. Sinclair en
tered pleas of not guilty to their in
dictments for conspiracy.
Ah Lo pleaded guilty to violating
Sec. 3, Act 21 ol the Provisional
Government, and the senteuco of
the Distiict Court was confirmed.
The Queen v. H. P. Poor, on five
indictments for embezzlement, had
been on trial two days up to uoou
to-day, boloro Judge Cooper and a
native jury, in tho second courtroom.
I it is likely tho case will go to the
I jury this evening. Hatch for prose
cution; I'uteraou aim Jtosa for the
Ho Causes Two Officers to be Sus
pended. It has transpiied that tho roason
why Capt. J uen aud Detective To in a
woio suspended was thiough a Japa
nese pawnbroker named Yamouchi,
who keeps a littlo stoio bolow the
Bee Hive on Nuuanu street. Eight
Japaueso had mado complaints to
tho ollicors that Yamouchi was keep
ing a paw nbroker's shop. They had
pawned clothing and jowehy with
him and they alleged, that when
they wero road to leclaun their
pioperty they found that Yamouchi
had sent it to Japan. A Chinaman
pawned a diamond ling with Yam
ouchi, but, when leady to take it
out, he found that it had beeu sent
to Japau. Toma, in older to securo
evidence against tho man, got a
Japaueso informer to pledge a gold
chain with him for a certain amount.
Tho ollicors thinking they could not
make out a case asked that tho
chain bo returned, which was done.
Yamouchi claims, however, that tho
money was not returned, aud a com
plaint being laid with Deputy Mar
shal Brown, tho officers wore sus
pended pending investigation by
Government Land Leases.
Chief Cloik Hassingor of tho In
terior Department sold two leases
of Government land at auction, iu
front of the Executive building at
noon. The lease for 10 years ol tho
Kohala J'ili lauds, T'JT.'i acres, was
bought at the upset price of $250
per annum by the Estate of James
Woods. '1 ho lease for 10 yoarb of
Avvalua, etc., ICohala, 2'Jtl acres, was
bought for &200 per annum by Dr.
James Wight. Its upset price was
Mr. '1 henna- L.iite, editor of Ihe
Graphic, Tevuk.tna, Aikansas, has
lotind what he believes lo be the
best lemedy in existence for the flux.
His expeiu nee is well worth rumem-
boring. Ho bays: "Last buininer I
had a eiy severe attack of Jlux. I
tried almost overy known remedy,
none giving relief. Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Reme
dy was rucoininonded to mo. 1 pur
chased a bottlo and received almost
immediate relief, I continued to
i uso tho medicine unci was entirely
hiuitli v Co., m;mu iur tho Uuwni-
Yossol Xrrivnd Sugar ?ftpamW)
Arrived at Hilo, July 27, bark
Annie Johnson, Capt. Rock, Id days
from San Francisco, with cargo of
gonoral merchandise and 18 mules.
Passenger, L. Sleffen.
Pepookoo has ceased grinding and
has made four thousand eight hun
dred (-1800) tons of sugar.
Lyeurgus has sont down by Kinnu
to-day a lot of immouso alligator
pears raisod by Mr. Chas. Furueaux,
Japaueso at Hilo (that is tho pro
minout ones) are not pleased at all
with tho effort that has been mado
to got their couutrymon to go to
Guatemala. They think it is bettor
to lot well onough alone. Nothing
is known horo of that country. Thoso
who may bo induced to go have
been here three years aud aro valu
able men, and are doing better hero
than they could possibly do iu Gua
temala, at prices offered them. When
thoro is a treaty made there will bo
tinio enough to think of venturing.
Bettor wait until thoso who have
gone report. Don't wish to tako a
step in tuo dark. J. A. M.
Hilo, Aug. 7.
Joo Bolf Thrown From a Wagon on
At 5:30 o'clock yesterday after
noon Joseph Self met with a serious
accident on King street near tho
corner of Alapai street. Self was
driving toward Waikiki in a two
seated wagon, when tho seat on
which ho was driving became loose
and ho fell off. His head struck tho
ground first. Tho man was picked
up insensible and carried into a yard
near by. Blood was flowing from a
cut over his oyo and from his mouth.
Ono oyo was closed up. After being
given water ho was taken to tho
Queen's Hospital in a hack. This
morning Self lies iu a very critical
condition. It is surmised that ho is
hurt internally as well as externally.
"Will Yo No Como Back Again."
It is reported that Marshal Hitch
cock has no intention of roturning
to Honolulu. Ho was expected on
tho steamer Kinau this morning,
but uuliko a bad penny, did not turn
up. Tho talk among some of the
knowing ones is that Hitchcock had
always chafed under the limitations
and interferences of Attorney-General
Smith, which, it is said, loft him
littlo scope for freedom of action as
chief of tho police of tho islands. Mr.
Hitchcock had mado his record as
an officer of decision and executive
capacity while Slim iff of Hawaii, in
work that had to be perlormetl to
the bet of his own judgment, with
out waiting for inti net ions fiom
Honolulu. It is therefore natural
that he should not tako kindly to
bureaucratic control as Marshal.
50 rent a month.
I had been troubled five months
with Dyspepsia. The doctors told
me it was chronic. I had a fullness
after eating and a heavy load in the
pit of my stomach. I suffered fre
quently from a Water Brash of clear
matter. Sometimes a deathly Sick
aess at the Stomach would overtake
me. Then again I would have the
terrible pains of Wind Colic. At
such times I would try to belch and
could not. I was working then for
Thomas McHeury, Druggist, Cor.
Irwin and Western Ave., Allegheny
City, Pa., in whose employ I had
been for seven years. Finally I used
August Flower, and after using just
one bottl" for two weeks, was en
tirely relieved of all the trouble. I
can now eat things I dared not touch
before. I would like to refer you to
Mr. McHenry, for whom I worked,
who knows all about my condition,
and from whom I bought the medi
cine. I live with my wife and family
at 39 James St., Allegheny City,Pa.
Signed, John D. Cox.
G. G. GRi:i:X Sole Manufacturer,
Woodbury, New Jersey, U. S. A
By Lewis J. Levey.
NOTICE IB HEUE1JY OIVEN THAT
in iiccunIuikc with the luw in Midi
ciisn mnrto and provided, I will caue to bo
bold the Household Kuinitiirti, etc., of
Antonu Hic.irdo taken ly mo In distrain
ing for runt, to wit:
1 4-i'ost lJeiUtuoil, 1 JluttniHS, 2 Olinlrd, 1
Uoukcr, 1 Jinroaii, -' I'illon'H uud Itouml
Bald uale will tikn placo nt tbo Auction
Sales Itooiusof I.euisiJ. I.evuy, corner of
l''ort and Qtaon streets,
On SATURDAY, Aug. 2G,
AT 10 O'U.OUIC A. M.,
Tli'Mot JACINTH ItAlWEb.
-vrOTK'K IS HEHEIIY OIVEN' THAT
1 In uecuuluuru with tho luw in such
rui-e imulo and provided, I will cause- to be
bold tho Hout-uhold l''urnlture, etc.. of Ma
kolo taken by mo in dlKtruininu lor rent,
to wit i
1 Singer feouliif; Machine, 1 Guitar. 1
Clock, I 1'oH liedbtcad, 2 Muttrastea, Mir
ror and 1'lcturcu, Sundry Lot Clothing,
Baid fcalo will tuko pirn o nt tho Auction
biilu.sroom uf l.uui .1, Ixnoy, comer of
J'oiL und Quieil ctreetrt,
On SATURDAY, An
AT 10 U'CJLOUK A. M,
70Mdt M, UA.VALHU.
HnWHitan lltiirtwarcMJo.. L'Q
Saturday, Aug 6, 18!)8.
"If you want water at night
catch it in the daytime," says
Brown. And if you want it
day or night buy an Aermotor
Several of the plantations
will begin grinding cane in a
few weeks and probably the
managers will feel the neces
sity for some new belting.
For some reason "Helvetia"
seems to be in demand for
centrifugals, and for the same
reason we have it in stock for
anyone who asks for it. In
quality it is the best.
We have it from a reliable
source that horned toads are
to be imported from the sunny
clime of Texas for the purpose
of ridding the Islands of the
blight. Just what will be re
quired a few years hence to
free the houses and lawns of
the toads is not stated.
Horned Toads are great pets
in Texas where they are some
what domesticated. In some
countries ladies frequently
take their toads with them
when they go calling; we may
have the same fad here in an
other six months, but in the
meantime if you want to have
your trees and hedges look
green and healthy leave an
order with us for a tin of in
secticide and a Lewis Combi
nation Spray Pump and use it.
Our stock of Bird Cashes
came just in time to provide
homes for a number of birds
from China'. The selection we
made this time seemed to be
satisfactory to the people
judging from the way we have
sold them during the past
week. We have them in solid
brass or painted for single or
married birds, and with all
We would like your atten
tion for a little while on our
stack of Brass Chandeliers
with metal or glass founts for
two, three or four lights.
These goods are manifestly
the best of the kind, both in
style and finish, ever sold
here and we offer them to you
a shade cheaper than you paid
for the last one. This reduc
tion does not last indefinitely;
if you want one, take this op
portunity to get it.
Two articles we have not
mentioned in this column for a
long time, probably because
in good times they sold them
selves. Enamel Letters and
Numbers for gates, houses or
store windows. You can see
them in every street in town,
but not on every house. We
want to put them there and
that's why we mention it. The
young gentleman with the silk
hat who undertook to number
the stores and houses gave up
the job when he was half
through. You can go on with
it yourself by the use of these
numbers and letters; they are
cheap enough and you can
put them on without the as
sistance of anyone. The other
article that has escaped notice
is the genuine Cocoanut Fibre
Hammock; strong enough to
hold two people, a very essen
tial point in buying a ham
mock. Hawaiian Hardware Co., I'd
0.jH)blto rJiircckcls' UlocU,
HAVING BEEN APPOINTED
BOTTLED DY THE
Anhcuser-Buscli Brewing Ass'n,
AND FOR THE
BOTTIiED BY THE
Jos. ScMitz's Brewing Comp'y,
OFFER THE SAME
LOWEST RATES !
We Having Just Received
ANOTHER FULL CARGO OF
HAY and GRAIN
Per Hawaiian Bark "Mauna Ala,"
1500 Bales of Large and Hav.
2000 Bans Surprise No. 1 White and
2000 Bags Whole Barlov.
1000 Bags Rolled Burlev.
3500 Bags Coarse and Fine Bian.
fino Bags Middlings.
300 Bags Mixed Feed.
200 Bags Choice Wheat.
200 Bags Cracked Corn.
100 Bags Rolled Oats.
100 Bags Small Yellow Corn.
70 Bags Oil Cake Meal.
We selected these Goods during our last
trip to tho Coast, thoy are
ALL FIRST CLASS
And cost no moie than poorer qualities
now on the market.
Give Us a Trial 1
Bed Rock Prices!
CALIFORNIA FEED CO.
KINGS WRIGHT, - - Props.
71)1 1 ni-32 It
For SAN FRANCISCO.
THE Al BTEAMhHII'
AUSTRALIA ' '
WILL LEAVE HONOLULU
ron the auovb port on
Wednesday, Aug. 16th,
Tlio nnderslpncd aro now prormrod to
Umiu Through 1 lekutx ficini tliUulty to all
lulnta Iu the UlllUxi buituji,
For fiirtlior imrtlimluM rutfunllni; l'lolifl;
1'uwuhM uiijily to
HACKFELD & GO
Wm. G. Irwin & Co., Ltd.,
TEMPLE OF FASHION
Corner Port & Hotsl Stroots.
I AM NOW OPFEKING AT
A FULL LINE OF
WHITE v. GOODS !
Figured Swisses, fast colors; at 15c.
Fancy Sateens at 15c.
Figured Challies at 15c.
Victoria Lawn at 05c. Piece.
XLi XX -ETC JL-I JL v XI ,
Corner Fort and Hotel Sts., .... Honolulu, H. I.
We Guarantee Every Package
fiT "VES SBISTID OUT
WE HAVE RECEIVED A FRESH CONSIGNMENT, CONSISTING OF
-40 Cases I
160 ZDozera. I
1920 IFeiolszeiges I
FOR SALE BY THE
PACKAGE, DOZEN OR CASE
HOLLISTER & CO.,
Fort J?.Tt.. -
100 Doz. Foiir-in-Hands
"Wortl! 50 Cents,
100 Doz. Four-in-Hands
"Wortli 7"S Oen.ts.
H. S. TREGLOAN & SON.
a - ISTS,
- - T3Con.ol-u.lvi, H. I.
J iuu loluudu,